News | August 13, 2009

Carestream Health Shows RIS/PACS, SuperPACS Platforms

August 13, 2009 - Carestream Health Inc. will spotlight its new generation of RIS/PACS at AHRA in booth 509. In addition to supporting centralized storage and viewing of non-DICOM and DICOM data, the latest CARESTREAM PACS contains an innovative archive takeover utility that enables facilities to quickly and easily access data from old archives as part of their standard workflow — without requiring migration of pixel data.
The new PACS also includes an innovative PowerViewer viewing application that can enhance both the diagnostic quality and speed of exam interpretation. The new CARESTREAM RIS features a powerful new radiologist reporting module with time saving features that include: structured reporting, standard answers and the ability to copy content from prior reports. This RIS also delivers voice driven commands to allow the radiologist to create a report without using the keyboard or mouse. The company also showcased its SuperPACS Architecture that delivers a single user interface and global worklist to enable an efficient workflow in diverse environments with multi-vendor, multi-site PACS platforms.

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